When a custody case is brought to a Guildford County judge, he or she will use various factors to determine custodial rights. The court’s primary goal is to decide what is in the best interest for the child or children. Common factors that are considered in this decision include the parents’ living conditions, employment history, criminal histories, drug or alcohol use, and the parents’ medial history.
However, if parents can’t come to an agreement over the child custody order or schedule, then a mediation is necessary. This is the time to retain the services of a knowledgeable child custody attorney. Our family law attorneys in Greensboro have experience handling a variety of child custody cases.
Here at Dummit Fradin, our Greensboro family lawyers spend every day in court. We know the law, and we know the issues that families find themselves dealing with. Whether you seek sole custody or joint custody our Greensboro family lawyers are on your side. Skilled in negotiations and litigation, we’ll counsel you on the right approach to your case while keeping your goals in mind.